The Truth has died after a long illness.
And here, too, the same pattern appeared: Apologies from high-power players simply didn't inspire forgiveness, partly because
"South Park" is not anti-change. It’s anti-doctrine.
Few concepts are more poorly understood or more abused than skepticism. The best example of this abuse is to attribute the moniker of "climate change skeptic" to those who ignore the overwhelming data concerning global warming.
What exactly is the substance of the spirit of our faith? Why do we cling to something as irrational as faith in the face of the rational, visceral reality of so much suffering, corruption, and violence?
But new research also warns that the state of narcissism and cynicism that pervades so much of our social and political culture
I'm not so tough-minded. I discourage easily. So I'm careful about the writers I allow to spend time in my psyche, rearranging
Q: Have we stalled out on climate change? Is this going to get better or worse in the next ten years? Q: Can and will the
Cynicism distracts me from my feelings, makes empathy impossible, helping others embarrassing, listening difficult. Nothing really inspires and touches your heart, nothing wakes your childlike curiosity.
You can't wholeheartedly love anything or anyone without accepting the good with the bad. You've gotta love the fights, breakups, tears, and loneliness just as much as you love the candle lit dinners, chance meetings, and roses.